Enjoy a pumpkin patch near Akron and Canton, Ohio: Last Major Update:
Heritage Farms - Peninsula, OH
Featured activities include pumpkins, corn maze, scavenger hunt, hayride, and activities. Every Saturday night in October they also have a haunted hayride. The address is 6050 Riverview Road, Peninsula, Ohio. It is 16 miles north of Akron.
Kingsway Pumpkin Farm - Hartville, OH
They feature pumpkins plus several corn mazes, wagon rides, petting farm, and events. The address is 1555 Andrews Street Northeast, Hartville, OH 44632. It is about 16 miles southeast of Akron.
Maize Valley Farm - Hartville, OH
Visit their patch of pumpkins, watch the pig races, get lost in the 8 acre corn field and have more fall fun at the winery this autumn. The location is 6193 Edison St. NE (St. Rt. 619) Hartville, Ohio 44632. It is 21 miles southeast of Akron.
Ramseyer Farms - Wayne County, OH
Several acres of u-pick pumpkins at this Northeast Ohio farm. Fall festival on weekends with live music, hayrides, craft demonstrations, scarecrow building and other fall fun. Every year, they do an Ohio themed corn maze and a mystery maze as well as a low difficulty mini maze. About the farm: A 5th generation family farm in Wayne County started in 1884 by Daniel Ramseyer. A 720 acre farm with a history of growing potatoes, they have since diversified into other crops and agritainment.
Rittman Orchards - Doylestown, OH
They are best known for their apples but also feature pick your own strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, sweet corn, and pumpkins. The farm is located at 13548 Mt. Eaton Rd., Doylestown, OH 44230. They are 20 miles southwest of Akron.
Walsh Farms - Doylestown, OH
A pick your own pumpkin farm with a petting zoo, hayride, pony rides, fall crafts, and world’s highest rock wall. The address is 18723 Grill Rd., Doylestown, OH 44230. It is about 20 miles from downtown Akron.
Detwiler Farm - Columbiana, OH
Located south of Youngstown, admission gets you a 15 minute hayride to the 10 acre pumpkin patch, 4 acre cornfield maze, petting zoo and indoor straw maze. Pumpkin purchases are not included and priced by the pound. About the farm: Started in 1838 by Jacob and Catherine Ziegler Nold, it has remained in the family since. Now run by Sam, Monica and their kids, they grow corn, soybeans and pumpkins on 150+ acres.